Your (pronoun)

  1. Of or belonging to you.
  2. Used to refer to something that belongs to or is associated with the person being addressed.
  3. Used to refer to the person being addressed.
  4. Used to refer to a thing previously mentioned.
  5. Used as a polite form of address.

Origin:

Middle english, from old english geĊwer; akin to old high german giuwar your, latin tuus yours.

Examples:

  1. Your book is on the table.
  2. Your ideas are important.
  3. Your coat is very nice.
  4. Your advice helped me a lot.
  5. Your help is much appreciated.
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